- Madina Adutwumwaa Asare is a teacher at Diamond State Academy at Atimatim-Maase in Kumasi, Ghana
- Madina uses her own money to buy school materials for the less privileged in her school
- Legit.ng throws the spotlight on her generous gesture
Madina Adutwumwaa Asare, a teacher at Diamond State Academy at Atimatim-Maase in Kumasi, has committed her life to making sure that children love school.
The young female teacher uses part of her free time to raise money to provide for the overlooked and underprivileged at the school.
Famed as teacher Ewurama, the kindhearted teacher has been impacting the lives of her pupils in her own special way. She is a true standard-bearer.
Not only is she imparting knowledge to the next generation, but she is also shaping the paradigm of her pupils about what true leadership is about.
Legit.ng gathers that Ewurama uses her own money to buy school materials for the poor and needy pupils in her school. Her admiration for the children is commendable.
Ewurama has not been making it to the classroom due to the tumultuous state of the world because of the coronavirus pandemic, but she is resorting to online learning.
In spite of the challenges with online learning, because most of the children do not have access to phones, she has been working with limited resources.
Ewurama is an exemplary persona whose benevolence and dedication to her work is worth emulating.
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In other news, a 20-year-old first-class degree holder in Economics, Aramide Akintimehin, embraced a career in training future leaders by dedicating her life to teach primary school pupils.
She earns a living as a primary school teacher who also runs a free school for out-of-school children, Talent Mine Academy.
Aramide said she was prompted to embark on this journey because of the poor quality of education in public schools.
The lady is also working on obtaining a diploma in Education from Babcock University.
In the course of imparting knowledge to these kids, the 20-year-old teacher also said she learns from them.
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